By; Ben Musanje
The widow to the late Internal Affairs Minister Gen Aronda Nyakayirima has recorded a statement with the commission of inquiry into land matters over land dispute on a piece of land said to have been bought by her husband before he passed on in 2015.
The Commission Chairperson Justice Catherine Bamugemereire last Friday issued last summons to Patrisha Linda Aronda to appear before the commission and record a statement over land dispute not later than May 16th after ignoring several summons.
The Commission Lead Counsel Ebert Byenkya told journalists this morning at their offices in Wandegeya that Lady Nyakayirima has in the past days recorded statement with commission investigators to aid their investigations.
The land in question was initially registered as a private Mailo property in the names of late Matayo Kidimbo Mpanga on March 9, 1931. But Gen Aronda reportedly paid one Gideon Kibirango, who claimed to be the rightful owner of the land before Mpanga’s grandson Ibrahim Lumu contested the transaction.
She appeared in Camera and she is to re-appear for purposes of clarity.